Rhodes Lodge No. 303 

 Ogden, Iowa  

 

 

Notice Board

Calender

November 10, 2003

Regular Stated Communication

Meal 6:30pm  

Meating 7:30pm  

Special Notice: All members urged to attend

Election of Officers

 

December 8, 2003

Regular Stated Communication

Meal at 6:30 P.M.  

Meeting at 7:30 P.M.  

About Ogden


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About Ogden
Ogden is a farming community with a population of around 2,000 residents. The town was first laid out by the railroad in 1866. After the turn of the century Ogden was also part of the original route of the Lincoln Highway which passed right down Main (Walnut) Street. Following the road east would lead to New York City, NY and west would take you to San Francisco, CA.  The Lincoln Highway which then became U.S. Highway 30 would come to intersect another federal highway US Highway 169, at Ogden in 1941.

Today the highways still intersect at Ogden, although they moved to the south edge of town in the early 1960's when Highway 30 was converted to a four lane road.  The town is still home to a double track east/west line of the Chicago Northwestern Railroad, which runs just north of Main Street through town.  A few miles east of Ogden where the line crosses the Des Moines River, is the highest double track railroad bridge in the world.

Ogden is a smaller community located in the heart of Iowa, but also conveniently located to both Des Moines, and Ames.  Des Moines is less than an hour drive away, while Ames, and Iowa State University are twenty minutes directly east on Highway 30.

 

OFFICERS FOR 2004. 

WORSHIPFUL MASTER  Brad D. Poock
SENIOR WARDEN  Ralph Walker
JUNIOR WARDEN  Dean Weaver
TREASURER  Don Heck
SECRETARY  Al Treloar
SENIOR DEACON  David Tolsdorf
JUNIOR DEACON  Gary Paulsen
SENIOR STEWARD  James Duff
JUNIOR STEWARD  Roger Tolsdorf
TYLER  Darrell Miller

 

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